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Care For Your Eyes

Getting an annual comprehensive eye exam is an essential part of preventative vision care. But seeing an eye doctor and getting eyeglasses, contact lenses or surgery are not the only way to help your eyes. There is much you can do on your own to care for your eyes and help prevent harm and disease. Browse ACE’s archive of insightful and helpful articles below to learn what you can do to maximize and protect the vision you currently have.

Glaucoma can silently rob you of sight. ACE offers high-quality eye care for glaucoma sufferers.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the United States. Nearly 3 million Americans ages 40 and over have glaucoma, yet roughly half of them are completely unaware due to the lack of symptoms in its early stages. Learn more about glaucoma and the risks associated with it, as well as how...
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An eye doctor adjusts the phoropter during an eye exam.
For many people, the beginning of a new year means making resolutions to improve their lives with healthy new habits. No matter what you’ve resolved to do for the new year, here are six simple eye-healthy resolutions to consider adding to your list.
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A women holding her injured eye.
While it is important to always seek medical attention from an eye care professional as soon as possible, here are some first-aid steps you can take immediately following an eye injury.
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Citrus fruit contain a lot of Vitamin C, an antioxidant that is important to your eyes' health.
Healthy eyes and good vision make a tremendous impact on a person’s quality of life. A diet rich in essential nutrients can boost your eyes’ health and help reduce the risk of certain eye conditions as you age.
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Family protecting their eyes with sunglasses in the snow
There is much to enjoy about the changing of the seasons, but as the weather turns colder your eyes can be exposed to harsh conditions. During the fall and winter months, many people suffer from eye health problems, such as dry eyes or eye inflammation. Learn more about these conditions and how to prevent them.
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Little Swimmer in the Pool wearing protective swim goggles.
The proper use of protective eyewear can prevent up to 90 percent of sports-related eye injuries, yet many youth sports leagues do not require the use of eye protection.
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